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Think before you nude – a new campaign

Think before you nude – a new campaign

Posted June 14, 2021
Community , Education

Netsafe and the Classification Office Te Mana Whakaatu today launched Bare Facts, a nationwide campaign designed to encourage open conversations...

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Gold FM Fire Call Out

Gold FM Fire Call Out

Posted June 14, 2021
Emergency Services , Podcasts

The Gold FM Fire Call Out with Chief Fire Officer Moe Stevens on Monday covered the Waihi Fire and Rescue's...

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Pintupi brothers Paeroa pottery brings back memories

Pintupi brothers Paeroa pottery brings back memories

Posted June 14, 2021
History / Arts / Culture

A little bit of Paeroa has made its way to Thomas and Walala Tjapaltjarri (Australian brothers from the Pintupi Nine)....

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Government to apologise for Dawn Raids

Government to apologise for Dawn Raids

Posted June 14, 2021
Government

The Government will make a formal apology for the wrongs committed during the Dawn Raids of the 1970’s.

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Bird Counting Counts

Bird Counting Counts

Posted June 14, 2021
Community , Environmental

The New Zealand Garden Bird Survey takes place between 26 June and 4 July 2021

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Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Posted June 14, 2021
Podcasts , Sports

The Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star on Monday started with Brian Gentil asking Scott Day, the Rugby...

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Have you got your tickets yet?

Have you got your tickets yet?

Posted June 14, 2021
Community , Health

Waihi RSA is hosting a Pink Ribbon Champagne Breakfast at 9 am on Sunday June 21.

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Bouts of rain, warm temperatures and cloudy days

Bouts of rain, warm temperatures and cloudy days

Posted June 14, 2021
Weather

Wet, cloudy and warmer than average temperatures are the three main 'weather flavours' expected over Aotearoa this week, according to...

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Region's Newest Rescue Helicopter Takes Flight

Region's Newest Rescue Helicopter Takes Flight

Posted June 14, 2021
Emergency Services

Philips Search & Rescue Trust’s (PSRT) newest rescue helicopter – the BK 117-IIX – has taken to the skies.

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Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Posted June 14, 2021
Podcasts , Sport

On the Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors on Monday morning Brian Gentil caught up with Rudy Sas for...

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Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Posted June 11, 2021
Podcasts , Sport

The Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star on Friday morning started with Scott Day, the Thames Valley RFU...

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Sufficient vaccine supply to vaccinate half a million New Zealanders in next 5 weeks

Sufficient vaccine supply to vaccinate half a million New Zealanders in next 5 weeks

Posted June 11, 2021
Health

The Ministry of Health has confirmed there is sufficient supply of the Pfizer vaccine for district health boards to deliver...

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New Role Helping Young People In Katikati Find Their Way Forward

New Role Helping Young People In Katikati Find Their Way Forward

Posted June 11, 2021
Education , Business

In Katikati, there are an estimated 250 young people aged 16-24 years not in education, training or employment.

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Frustration As Construction Next To Endangered Penguins Continues

Frustration As Construction Next To Endangered Penguins Continues

Posted June 11, 2021
Environmental

Forest & Bird has written to Auckland Council for the second time in a week asking that construction work next...

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Road closure planned to repair Colville Road dropout

Road closure planned to repair Colville Road dropout

Posted June 11, 2021
Road Info , Council Matters

A planned closure of Colville Road is scheduled to start from Monday 12 July. The work is expected to take...

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Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Posted June 11, 2021
Podcasts , Sports

The Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors on Friday started with Rudy Sas covering the Waihi College Year 7's...

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Pause on quarantine travel with Victoria extended

Pause on quarantine travel with Victoria extended

Posted June 10, 2021
Travel , Health

Following an assessment of the COVID-19 outbreak in greater Melbourne, New Zealand’s pause on Quarantine-Free Travel with Victoria will continue...

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Noddy Gets the Queen's Nod...Congratulations!

Noddy Gets the Queen's Nod...Congratulations!

Posted June 10, 2021
Community , Podcasts

If you read the list of Queen's Birthday Honours you might not have put two and two together and tweaked...

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Auckland - Worlds Most Liveable City

Auckland - Worlds Most Liveable City

Posted June 10, 2021
Business

Auckland has been named the world's most liveable city.

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Warm Nights on the Horizon

Warm Nights on the Horizon

Posted June 10, 2021
Weather

MetService is forecasting an end to the relatively settled conditions over Aotearoa during the weekend, as the ridge of high...

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Bidding wars erupt over iconic royals’ photos

Bidding wars erupt over iconic royals’ photos

Posted June 09, 2021
Business

A bidding war has erupted over the sale of epic and legendary royals’ photos, one of New Zealand’s leading auction...

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Climate Change Commission’s blueprint released

Climate Change Commission’s blueprint released

Posted June 09, 2021
Environmental , Government

The Climate Change Commission’s blueprint for addressing climate change has been released. ‘Ināia tonu nei: a low emissions future for...

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Gold FM Police File

Gold FM Police File

Posted June 09, 2021
Emergency Services , Podcasts

Community Constable Harley North called into the Gold FM studio to file his police report on work done in the...

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Senior Doctors Throw Their Support Behind Striking Nurses

Senior Doctors Throw Their Support Behind Striking Nurses

Posted June 09, 2021
Health

The Association of Salaried Medical Specialists Toi Mata Hauora is fully supporting striking nurses in their fight for fair pay...

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Do the right thing with personal information

Do the right thing with personal information

Posted June 09, 2021
Community

Privacy Commissioner John Edwards is advising people to do the right thing if they are sent or find personal information...

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Rescue Helicopter Helps Out At Paeroa

Rescue Helicopter Helps Out At Paeroa

Posted June 09, 2021
Emergency Services

Yesterday morning, Tuesday, June 8, emergency services attended a motor vehicle accident at Paeroa.

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Auckland has been named the world's most liveable city

Auckland has been named the world's most liveable city

Posted June 09, 2021
Business

Auckland has been named the world's most liveable city

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Green flights from Melbourne commence tomorrow

Green flights from Melbourne commence tomorrow

Posted June 08, 2021
Travel , Health

Travellers stranded in Melbourne can return home on commercially operated 'green flights' commencing (tomorrow) 9 June, as long as they...

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Drone Images Show Impact on Coromandel Forest

Drone Images Show Impact on Coromandel Forest

Posted June 08, 2021
Environmental

The Department of Conservation says newly released drone photography shows the impact of possums on a section of ancient forest...

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Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Posted June 08, 2021
Podcasts , Sports

The Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star on Tuesday morning had Scott Day from the Thames Valley Rugby...

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